I am very excited that My Scrap Chick is having a Design Team Call. I have been waiting for this for years. I really like this company and have been following them forever. When I saw the call in the newsletter for the first time, I was sad. I am in the tail end of a major move from New Mexico to Ohio, and we are still unpacking. I figured trying out would be difficult, but today I refused to let the opportunity pass me by. I dug around for what I needed to complete a card using the Scaredy Cat file. It is such a cute file and I have wanted to use it for some time now. So here is to taking a shot at the last minute while waiting for the buzzer to blow. I hope you enjoy the card as much as I enjoyed putting it together. It was such fun to play with paper after the long couple of months of packing and unpacking.
I used some G45 paper and S.E.I. paper along with AC cardstock to complete my card. I used a Spellbinder's die for the bat and the clock is a G45 chipboard piece. I inked all my edges and used pop dots to attach my Scaredy Cat piecing to give the card dimension. I think the card turned out super cute and my 5 year old is already asking if I will give it to her for Halloween.
As My Scrap Chick asked for a bit of information about my style, I would like to add here that making 3D projects and cards are my favorite; but I have also dabbled in scrapbook pages and mini albums. My favorite projects usually revolve around holiday themes, but I also like to make things for my kids teachers and other occasions were a Thank You is appropriate. Some of my favorite paper lines to use on my projects include Graphic 45, My Mind's Eye, Bo Bunny, Echo Park, and Carta Bella. When creating I would feel lost without my ink pads and pop dots as I like to add dimension to my projects. My favorite embellishment is probably a good ole button but I use a wide variety of items on my projects.
Here are a few pictures of other MSC projects I have done in the past. I will also enter this into the MSC Harvest Linky Party.